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ChrisDL
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good fedback
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Always try to give good feedback.
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Skill per la vita.

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West Norsussex is east of East Norwessex, but they're both far north of Middlesex and West Norwex.
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West Norsussex is east of East Norwessex, but they're both far north of Middlesex and West Norwex.
fancycwabs
761 days ago
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They omitted Cockfosters.
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jonathanpeterson
761 days ago
should have thrown some faux welsh in the south - Gssejtksbywiklydskhswy or somesuch
calebegg
761 days ago
Surely faux-welsh is what Fhqwhgads was meant to be
timgradwell
760 days ago
Everybody to the Limit!
nealkemp
758 days ago
Disappointed that Qwghlm is not on here.

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4. They unplug the root machine but the thousands of leaf VMs scatter in the wind and start spinning up new instances wherever they land
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awilchak
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Wish I still had that $300 of trial credit with Google Cloud
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satadru
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"Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal."
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jepler
750 days ago
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the xkcd fork-bombing of 2016
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zippy72
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I once wrote a script on Windows cmd that has the same idea. Say it's called this.bat:

Start cmd /c /I this.bat
Start cmd /c /I this.bat
Exit

And watch as the box inevitably and unstoppable grinds to a halt.

This might not work any more as I last tried it on NT 4. Use at your own risk, for entertainment purposes only...
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4. They unplug the root machine but the thousands of leaf VMs scatter in the wind and start spinning up new instances wherever they land
Lythimus
750 days ago
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Can someone please share a vagrant or docker script for this?
Cthulhux
750 days ago
Oh, Linuxers. You make me sad.
Covarr
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With a workflow like this, it's a wonder new comics ever get posted at all.
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Trello Card Repeater: How To Stick Regular Tasks on Repeat

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Trello Card Repeater: How to set up & automate recurring Trello cards.

Work and life are often filled with repetitive tasks, chores, and maintenance items that can be really important things that you need to remember, but also really easy to forget in your fast paced life. That’s why we’re excited to introduce Trello Card Repeater, a simple Power-Up to add scheduled automation to the cards you find yourself copying or recreating on a regular basis. 

Card Repeater can ease that case of the Mondays by making sure your team’s regular weekly to-dos are all ready to go on your Trello board before anyone even shows up for work. Go ahead, grab an extra cup of coffee with all of that time saved, and let us handle the magic.

How Does Card Repeater Work?

How to activate Trello Card Repeater Power-Up.

Cards can be set for new copies to be created at any specified time: daily, weekly, monthly, or annually. No excuse now if you forget your mother’s birthday present.

Repeated cards will include members, descriptions, checklists, etc. from the parent card, saving you even more time.  

There are so many ways that automating card creation for repetitive tasks is going to free up some of that precious brain space. Here are a couple that come to mind:

Trello Card Repeater for regular meeting reminders.

  • Regularly Scheduled 1:1 Meetings:Managers and members of the HR team that hold regular 1:1 meetings, check-ins, and reviews can set up repeating cards to not only remind team members of an upcoming meeting, but also to have a place where people can list items to discuss during a meeting, or make note of any takeaways.
  • End Of Month Bookkeeping Reminders: When it comes to closing out the books each month, finance and operations teams can have cards created with all of the steps required to make sure no money gets lost in the metaphorical sofa.
  • Automating Repeating Reports: Speaking of money, sales teams that need to put together weekly, monthly, and annual sales reports can have those tasks added to their to-do list with the Google Sheets file already attached to the card.

Trello Card Repeater for Content Marketing, Blog Publishing Checklist

  • Regular Content Creation for Marketing:Marketing teams that send out regular newsletters or publish blog posts can have cards created with the content manager responsible for the newsletter already added to the card, and a checklist of everything that needs to get done to send a successful marketing email.

Trello Card Repeater for IT Team Requests

  • IT teams that regularly enforce password changes can keep track of what passwords need to be updated, minimizing the risk of security breaches.

Of course, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so here are some ways you can use Card Repeater outside of the office with the rest of your life’s teams:

Trello Card Repeater for Workout Planning

  • If you and your buddies have a Trello team to help each other stay on top of your fitness goals, setup cards for recurring workout routines, adding checklists for which workouts need to get done each day of the week.
  • While Meatloaf Mondays may have been replaced by Meatless Mondays, meal planning is still a very real thing. Add some automation to your meal planning board for all of those favorite dishes your family craves, so that you think less about what to make for dinner next week and more about the bottle of wine you are going to pair with it.
  • Parent Teacher Organizations can always be ready for annual events, fundraisers, and monthly meetings by setting up repeating cards assigned to the parents delegated to tasks so that this fall’s bake sale doesn’t fall through the cracks.

How To Enable Trello Card Repeater

You can enable Card Repeater just like any other Power-Up Right now Card Repeater is in public beta. If you’d like to try it out, sign up here. Once you’ve been added to the beta, enable Card Repeater by going to Menu > Power Ups > Card Repeater on the board you wish to set it up with. Repeater. From there you can edit settings for different cards to repeat.

Keep in mind that the Card Repeater Power-Up is board specific. One pro tip is to have a dedicated list on your board that houses all of your repeating cards. You can easily edit their settings within the card back.

Do you have a recurring task on which Card Repeater will lighten the load? If so, we’d love to hear about it in the comments.

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Turkey coup plotters' use of 'amateur' app helped unveil their network

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Turkish authorities identified thousands of undercover Gülenist operatives, whom they blame for the failed coup, after cracking messaging app ByLock

Turkish authorities were able to trace thousands of people they accuse of participating in an underground network linked to last month’s failed military coup by cracking the weak security features of a little-known smartphone messaging app.

Security experts who looked at the app, known as ByLock, at the request of Reuters said it appeared to be the work of amateur software developers and had left important information about its users unencrypted.

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OnePlus publicly releases nearly completed Marshmallow test build for OnePlus 2

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Owners of the OnePlus 2 can now run a nearly ready test build of Marshmallow if they’re feeling adventurous, as OnePlus has released this build to the public. It’s only usable by flashing it, so it’s not for the every day user, and it still contains a few small bugs that need to be ironed out. It’s not the official release, but the company says it’s suitable for a “daily driver.”

Marshmallow is a great upgrade in general, with new features like Doze, Now on Tap, customizable permissions (OnePlus had this, but this time it’s Google supported), better audio control, and more. Along with that, OnePlus has made some big changes in OxygenOS 3.0.

  • New OnePlus Camera UI: UI has been cleaned up: swiping up/down now switches between photo/video, whereas HD/HDR and flash settings live in the top right corner, you can now change the aspect ratio and toggle grid view without going all the way to the settings
  • New wallpaper picker: Easily preview and set both home screen and lock screen wallpaper in one place.
  • Shelf UX has been improved: No more edit mode, long press boards to rearrange or remove
  • General system performance improvements: Benchmarked 47% faster than OxygenOS 2.2.1 on key test scenarios
  • Fingerprint performance improvement: Tested 45% faster than OxygenOS 2.2.1 on average
  • Settings changes: Old app permissions are gone, say hi to new (native Android) app permissions., alert Slider has its own entry point with more customization options, improved settings menu readability by changing the order a bit
  • March security patches

But there are some problems you should be aware of.

  • Your fingerprints will not be preserved after you flash the new build, so you will need to re-register your fingerprints if you have fingerprint authentication set up
  • Maxxaudio tuner and presets will be removed
  • Rolling back to previous OxygenOS versions will not work without wiping data
  • Some soak testers have experienced wifi speed issues which we are investigating
  • Some of your old apps won’t work without an upgrade to M compatible versions
  • Shelf frequent apps board size might shrink if you are dirty flashing. Remove and re-add the board and it will fix itself
  • Language localization is still being improved

Hit the source link if you want to download this newest build, but be sure to read all the warnings and instructions! Flashing is pretty simple, but it also has the potential for problems. If you’re not comfortable flashing this build, the official OxygenOS 3.0 update should be rolling out fairly soon once the final bugs are ironed out.

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